Bio: Culver, D. A. (1881)


Surnames: Culver, Sterling, Esterbrook

----Source: History of Northern Wisconsin (Eau Claire County, Wis.) 1881, page 320

D. A. CULVER, millwright Empire Lumber Co., Eau Claire, came to Wisconsin in 1852, and located at Black River Falls; was employed in saw-mill, as millwright, for ten years; came to Eau Claire in 1862, and was there employed in various mills, and, in 1867, was in mill business for a year as Culver & Ingram; afterward, for a year, with William B. Esterbrook; has been in employ of Empire Lumber Co. in various capacities for eleven years. He was married in Black River Falls, Aug. 2, 1855, to Julia A. Sterling, who was born in the State of Maine. They have one son, Frank S. They have lost three children.



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